Puʻuhonua: Places of Sanctuary

Activities, objectives and progress to date: Activity 1. Na kaunoʻo - ʻApuakea (WCCC) ame Kanikoʻo (OS/HYCF) Create college centers of learning for incarcerated females and incarcerated and/or at-risk students (i.e. disengaged from school, other academic risk factors, and/or history of…

Kahua Ho‘ona‘au‘ao: Foundations of Knowledge Building

Activities, objectives and progress to date: Activity 1. Kahua Hoʻonui ʻike: Foundation of Increasing Knowledge (Developmental Education) Building a foundation of success, as measured by successful course completion, for underprepared students through specific targeted interventions using a coaching paradigm to…

Crossing Cultures

Kauaʻi Community College will adapt the Kauhale concept of teaching and mentoring across our campus while renovating existing areas for enhanced teaching and learning. The Kauhale originated in ancient Hawaiian residential compounds, which were organized around hale dedicated to specific…

Hale Aʻo Renovation and Hawaiian Studies Curriculum Expansion

Strengthening Student Engagement through increased facility space to house Hawaiian Studies courses and through the creation of an Associate of Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies and expanded curriculum. The initiatives are focused on increasing the success rates of Windward Community…